Clarence Greenawalt Jr.

Clarence "Sid" Edward Greenawalt, Jr. Clarence "Sid" Edward Greenawalt, Jr., 88, of Highland, CA, passed away unexpectedly 9/22/21. Clarence and Savilla Greenawalt welcomed their son in Newfield, PA on 3/13/1933. Growing up in Hostetter, PA, Clarence was a great student, played baseball and football, and loved to hunt. He started a trucking business with his father before graduating from Latrobe High School in 1951. He worked at Kennemetal Steel and enlisted in the USAF in February of 1953. Clarence was nicknamed Rabbit and Sidney Greenstreet by his military friends, but "Sid" stuck across his lifetime. Sid was a decorated Flight Line Crew Chief and respected his team and the B-47 Bombers. At a USO dance in Columbus, Ohio, Sid filled the dance card of a beautiful, blue-eyed blonde instructor until the chaperones forced them to mingle. Engaged in March of 1957, Anita became Sid’s wife on a snowy winter day, February 1, 1958. Married nearly 47 years, Sid and Anita bore three children: Shelly, Jill and David. Sid served 20 years in the USAF with tours in Ohio, Spain, England, Nebraska, Thailand, Northern California, Japan and Southern California, where he retired in 1973 and launched a successful Real Estate career spanning more than 34 years. Sid was mentored by Bill Kemper and George Schnarre before opening his own office in 1977, East Highland Realty/Sid Greenawalt Realtor/Broker Owner. Sid sold his company to Lois Lauer RE of Redlands and retired there in 2005 after Anita passed away. Sid had a passion for telling jokes and stories, dancing, singing, impersonating Elvis, golf, softball, bowling, trick-shot pool, poker, Keno, and playing harmonica, piano, saxophone and guitar. Sid treasured his family and friends, he never met a stranger. He loved Jesus and his faith was strong. He had a colorful, adventurous, happy life. Sid championed his children and 6 granddaughters and cheered proudly for each accomplishment. Sid was predeceased by his parents, Clarence and Savilla Greenawalt, his wife, Anita, son, David, and sister, Beverly Miller. Sid leaves behind,to cherish his memory daughters, Shelly (Juergen) Winkler and Jill (David) Wieseler, granddaughters, Christiana, Vanessa (Hartley), and Angelina Winkler, Alexis, Madison and Allison Wieseler, sister, JoAnne Repp, of Latrobe, PA, and a host of dearly loved family and friends. He will be forever loved and is greatly missed.

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